Here is a list of things to do on December 25 in Regina.
I. Spend a day at Wascana Park
There is always something to do at Wascana Park. Enjoy the day tobogganing at Wascana Hill, Douglas Park Hill or Goose Hill. Snowshoe or walk around the Wascana Lake, ski around the trails around the Saskatchewan Science Centre, Wascana Hill and the Canada Games Athletic Complex.
Or you can skate at the public skating rink located at the marina below the Willow Restaurant. The flooded ice is adjacent to the lake and offers a great view of Wascana. Grab a pair of binoculars and try to spot the different bird species that frequent the place.
II. Admire Christmas lights
Go on a Christmas Lights Tour of Regina!
See individual houses that is decorated to the hilt or visit downtown to see and Sask. Legislature/downtown displays.
III. Do a Christmas Day Bird Count
Do a Christmas bird count on Christmas Day! Visit any of the birding areas near Regina and see how many birds you can find!
Though not an organised/official day for counting, you can always do one own your own and enjoy a crisp morning walk!
IV. Cross Country Skiing
There are many ski trails in Regina maintained by the Regina Ski Club. Go along the Kinsmen Park, AE Wilson Park, Science Park, Douglas Park or any of the others.
Let it snow! Come out to one of the City of Regina’s designated toboggan hills during the winter season. Stay safe and have fun!
VI. See a Movie
No, we didn’t mean Netflix!
Checkout Landmark/Cineplex Theatres.
- Jumanji: The Next Level — Release Date: December 13, 2019
- Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker — Release Date: December 19, 2019
- Cats — Release Date: December 20, 2019
- Spies In Disguise — Release Date: December 25, 2019
- Little Women — Release Date: December 25, 2019
VII. Christmas Brunch/Dinner
Eat out on Christmas Day at DoubleTree Hilton Wild Sage Kitchen & Bar, at Circa 27 at the Hotel Saskatchewan or at the Atlas Hotel (4177 Albert Street – Brunch Buffet runs from 10 am – 2 pm, Call, 1-306-584-6323 )
VIII. Plan a trip to a nearby Provincial Park
Enjoy ice-fishing, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, tobogganing and more at the provincial parks.
IX. Take a Twirl on the Ice
Enjoy skating at the outdoor rinks.